'Queen Sugar' Hottie Kofi Siriboe Claps Back at Hater Who Criticizes His Praise of Black Women

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 30:  Actor Kofi Siriboe attends "Queen Sugar" season finale viewing party at Buffalo Wild Wings on November 30, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by CJ Rivera/Getty Images)

'Queen Sugar' Hottie Kofi Siriboe Claps Back at Hater Who Criticizes His Praise of Black Women

Meanwhile, Twitter has a new bae.

Published February 8, 2017

If you haven't heard of Kofi Siriboe by now, it's time to wake up and smell the strong, dark roast. The Queen Sugar actor has become a star these past few months thanks to his acting chops, his chocolate bod, and now, his love for his mother and all "bold, Black" women.

Siriboe, born in Los Angeles and of Ghanaian descent, tweeted a beautiful message about his mother, and after a "fan" tried to check him for singling out Black women, Twitter went OFF in his defense. Safe to say, Kobi will be getting a lot of appreciative DMs this Valentine's Day.

  1. It started with this tweet, in which Kobi bigs up his mother and all Black women:
  2. Somehow, a woman took offense and came back with some 'All Moms Matter' line:
  3. Kofi came back with the classiest clapback ever:
  4. Twitter jumped to his defense, and professed its love for their new sensitive bae. safe to say, a star is born:

Get more of Kofi on The Real, above.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

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